Knock-down Drag-out

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"Knock-down Drag-out"
Knock-down Drag-out cover
Album track by Weezer
Album Weezer (The Green Album)
Released May 15, 2001
Recorded December 2000, Cello Studios, Los Angeles, California
Length 2:09
Label Geffen
Writer(s) Rivers Cuomo
RC# 571
COR# 259
Producer Ric Ocasek
Status Officially released
Rivers Cuomo song chronology
"Burning Sun"
(RC# 570)
"Knock-down Drag-out"
(RC# 571)
"C-F-C-F"
(RC# 572)
Weezer (The Green Album) track listing
"Crab"
(5)
"Knock-down Drag-out"
(6)
"Smile"
(7)
Keep Fishin' (UK Retail CD #2) track listing
"Slob (Live)"
(2)
"Knock-down Drag-out (Live)"
(3)

"Knock-down Drag-out" (originally titled "Any Day Now") is the sixth song from The Green Album.

Appearances

Overview

"Knock-down Drag-out" is thought to be significantly influenced by Green Day. Weezer lead singer Rivers Cuomo spent several years between the band's release of Pinkerton and The Green Album studying Green Day's music, and he may have drawn inspiration from the song "Worry Rock" for "Knock-down Drag-out." "Worry Rock," which Weezer covered in 2003, includes the lyric "A knocked down dragged out fight / Fat lips and open wounds / Another wasted night no one will take the fall."

Personnel

Audio

Lyrics

Any day now you'll call me up on the phone
And say you love me more than you ever did before
It's all that I can do right now
To make it up to you somehow
And meet you on the other side of hope

Take no prisoners here in this knock-down drag-out war
That we're waging on each other for ever more
It's all that I can do right now
To make it up to you somehow
And meet you on the other side of hope

Say you love me now

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